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Feb. 24 (Bloomberg) — With business-aligned Republicans bent on curbing the Tea Party’s influence, leaders of the small- government movement’s two largest groups are taking a more professional approach.

They’ve added a super-political action committee, which can raise unlimited money, to their arsenal. They are targeting races in Republican-leaning states to reduce the odds of Democrats picking off a seat. And they’re vetting candidates more carefully, rather than supporting those who simply claim to be part of the movement.

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